Special Needs

Arthur

Been there, done that - now ready for a life of leisure. Arthur was a world-weary stray who had been shot in the right front leg. The bones were shattered and the bullet fragment was still inside. A wonderful couple rescued Arthur and brought him to Loving Arms. While a couple of vets recommended amputating his leg, our vet performed surgery to align the bones and insert a pin. Arthur has been strengthening his leg as he learns that life is very wonderful indoors. He never has to worry that he will be attacked; good food is always available and there are so many warm, soft places to sleep.

Ella

Don't let my "special needs" label scare you. I am almost completely blind, but move around well, and only need the sweet sound of your voice to guide me in unfamiliar areas. I love to sit outside and feel the warm sun on my face, and then will snuggle next to you when it is time to rest. Other dogs in my world are fine, and I really like it when they come up and want to get acquainted with their noses. I am laid back, sweet and hope to find a family of my own.

Joseph

Joseph was brought into Loving Arms as an injured baby. He spent several days in the hospital and was released with a good health report. Joseph had a tilt to his head, and it was determined he had polyps in his ears. The polyps were removed and Joseph was pronounced completely healthy. However, the polyps did cause Joseph to lose his hearing. That does not slow him down at all. He has learned hand signals and has a BIG voice. So when he wants your attention, you will DEFINITELY hear him. Joseph is so sweet and loving.

Jules

It took some time for my leg injury to heal, but now I am good to go! I will be your best cuddler and you can be my rock star. I love walks, play time and a soft bed by your side. I have foster dog friends and like them, but really prefer peeps. I am small, just 12 lbs. and can't wait to start off my new life on all 4 paws. Young children might be a bit too much and I have not met cats although I see them on my walks. They don't seem like very good play friends.

Let's meet soon.
Jules